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18 months ago, a year and a half. officials say the cia asked tammerlan and his horrible mother should be added to the terror list in fall of 2011 after russia, russia expressed concern they had become militants. it seems won't we learn more about certain areas of the suspects's lives. massachusetts's governor defended refusal to release information about the brothers saying it's about abiding by the law. >> i think they can't release that information to me. i'll be looking forward to seeing it can you release to it us?. >> it's a fair question. i'm, i understand td public is curious. >> curious about that fleece. yes. we demand answers starting with what happened here. >> is that a sleeve? >> yes. >> how did she get in the sleeve? >> it was in the sleeve of a sweat shirt. >> she's mummified. >> did you do something bad? oh, goodness. how could that animal do anything bad? >> that animal is charged with two counts of vehicular homicide. >> you can't say that without knows the facts. >> he hit the victim several times. the victim died you claim to have a career in the cia. everyb
, tammerlan. some wonder if the fbi could have done more to prevent the bombings. >> im i've never seen an effort as positive as this one is in terms of the cooperation and communications between laumplt and investigative agencies i believe they'll get to the bottom of it. >> today the medical examiner reported tammerlan, who died, sorry. the autopsy completed of tammerlanful he died in a shoot out of police the medical examiner said no one has come to claim the body. >> two victims of the violence were laid to rest today. the family of 8-year-old martin richard held a private funeral today calling it the most difficult week of their lives, of course, it s they say there would be a public memorial later, also buried today 26-year-old sean colli re.. the mit police officer. it appears he they were trying to steal his service weapon. >> activity returned for the first time today to boliston street. officials say their one fund for victims reached $20 million in just a week's time. >> these funds must be distributed quickly, to eligible claimant was a minimum of fuss or red tape. the numbe
surreal. >> a closed hearing was held today to discuss fbi handling of his brother, tammerlan. some wonder if the fbi could have done more to prevent the bombings. >> im i've never seen an effort as positive as this one is in terms of the cooperation and communications between laumplt and investigative agencies i believe they'll get to the bottom of it. >> today the medical examiner reported tammerlan, who died, sorry. the autopsy completed of tammerlanful he died in a shoot out of police the medical examiner said no one has come to claim the body. >> two victims of the violence were laid to rest today. the family of 8-year-old martin richard held a private funeral today calling it the most difficult week of their lives, of course, it s they say there would be a public memorial later, also buried today 26-year-old sean colli re.. the mit police officer. it appears he they were trying to steal his service weapon. >> activity returned for the first time today to boliston street. officials say their one fund for victims reached $20 million in just a week's time. >> these funds must be distrib
reported jahar tsarnaev was photographed in times square last fall. we have a booking photo of tammerlan from his arrest on a domestic violence charge. massachusetts officials now confirm and he his family were on welfare until last year, declared ineligible and cutoff. investigators have recovered one handgun used in a shootout with police last week, these photos were taken. the gun had numbers scratched off. police say 250 rounds were fired in the gun battle in which tammerlan was killed. and records from a fire works manufacturinger show tammerlan bought two pyrotechnic kits in january. it's not clear if used in the marathon bombs but a large device found in his brother's dorm room. >> with the focus of security cameras following boston bombings getting pictures of the suspects there is one city that requires many businesses to install their own surveillance systems. vic? >> the city of el cerrito has an ordinance requiring certain businesses to install cameras inside of the premises. it does not cover outside cameras. not yet. the city passed the law years ago. >> we were victims of
wants to know about jahar's brother, tammerlan, questioned two years ago before a six month trip to rush yoo ya. >> did he sit in his aunt and uncles home six months or doing something else. when he came back why, didn't it ring a bell with the fbi? intelligence unit that he should be checked out? >> investigators again searched the boat where jahar tsarnaev was found and investigators in boston tell abc news they're looking into whether tammerlan tsarnaev was involved in a unsolved triple murder around the 10th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. >> san francisco is taking part in a world wide campaign in support of boston now. runners gathering at chrissy field tonight and abc 7 news is live at chrissy field with the story for us. >> this is happening other city as krogs kerk. hundreds signed up here we have a good crowd about 50 or 60 to honor the victims this, started by a group called pavement runner, brian kelly. took you just days to organize this. >> yes. i posted it and sort of invited all cities around the world and this to just have a group run. >> why do it?. >> what h
with fbi inzwrenls unit that he should be checked out? >> investigators looking into whether tammerlan may have been involved in a homicide of a former roommate and two others. the murders took place around the 10th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. >> tammerlan tsarnaev's wife is in seclusion in her parent's home, catherine russell apparently lirned her husband was a suspect last week. her family says the family is struggling to cope. >> the family is going through a lot. so that is the best i can do right there. >> this is video of russell on friday. she and tsarnaev married three yearsing ayoi, she converted to islam and gave birth to her daughter. her friends reportedly said sarn was reportedly controlling her and she dropped out of college after meeting him. >> 11-year-old aaron hern received a visit from three members of the oakland a's. a's in town to play red sox. last week michelle ob wrauma paid aaron a visit, he's recovering because of surgeries because of shrapnel in his left leg. >> you can get the latest developments on our web site. >> you can also follow us on twit
jahar's brother, tammerlan, questioned two years ago before a six month trip to rush yoo ya. >> did he sit in his aunt and uncles home six months or dododododododododododododododode should be checked out? >> investigators again searched the boat where jahar tsarnaev was found and investigators in boston tell abc news they're looking into whether tammerlan tsarnaev was involved in a unsolved triple murder around the 10th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. >> san francisco is taking part in a world wide campaign in support of boston now. runners gathering at chrissy field tonight and abc 7 news is live at chrissy field with the story for us. >> this is happening other city as krogs kerk. hundreds signed up here we have a good crowd about 50 or 60 to honor the victims this, started by a group called pavement runner, brian kelly. took you just days to organize this. >> yes. i posted it and sort of invited all cities around the world and this to just have a group run. >> why do it?. >> what happened in the boston marathon affected runners and spectators and rung community is so clos
, tammerlan tsarnaev had fallen under the influence of a muslim convert. the sfib trying to learn who tammerlan met with last year but claims they were aware of his travels. >> the system pinged when he was leaving the united states. by the time he turned -- returned all investigations had been closed. >> the surviving suspect has been upgraded to fair condition after suffering wounds during two shootouts with law enforcement. the number of injured including people who sought treatment now is put at 264. coming up right after this newscast you're going to hear from boat owner who helped lead police to tsarnaev and find out what he wants to do with the the outpouring of money being raised to help him buy a new boat. a terror suspect answered to charges he plot
say tammerlan and jahar tsarnaev planned to set off bombs in times square. this plot hatched spontaneous lay cording to the police commissioner while driving around in an suv hijacked thursday night. >> they realized the vehicle was low on gas and ordered the driver to stop in a gas station. the driver used this opportunity to escape and call the police. >> on capitol hill today republican senator lindsay gram blamed the obama administration because neither the fbi nor cia knew that tammerlan had been advocating jihad against the united states for months online. >> we were unable to connect the dots and pick that up. the rest is history. between benghazi and boston, our systems are failing and we're going backward. >> the fbi searched a landfill today looking for explosives the suspects might have used for practice. >> bart taking a look at emergency preparedness. the police chief briefed the board on steps taken after the bombings and what still needs to be done. >> this exercise was just a drill but highlights the very real threat to the transportation system. the chief say
. officials say tammerlan and jahar tsarnaev planned to set off bombs in times square. this plot hatched spontaneous lay cording to the police commissioner while driving around in an suv hijacked thursday night. >> they realized the vehicle was low on gas and ordered the driver to stop in a gas station. the driver used this opportunity to escape and call the police. >> on capitol hill today republican senator lindsay gram blamed the obama administration because neither the fbi nor cia knew that tammerlan had been advocating jihad against the united states for months online. >> we were unable to connect the dots and pick that up. the rest is history. between benghazi and boston, our systems are failing and we're going backward. >> the fbi searched a landfill today looking for explosives the suspects might have used for practice. >> bart taking a look at emergency preparedness. the police chief briefed the board on steps taken after the bombings and what still needs to be done. >> this exercise was just a drill but highlights the very real threat to the transportation system. the chief say
as the older brother, tammerlan. russian officials tell the cia they were concerned the two were militant islamickists and could cause trouble. >> the first major marathon since boston happens in big sur. for many it's a chance to finish what they cannot do in boston. david? >> we have. it's taking stamina and determination to do two back to back marathons just two weeks apart. with 10,000 runners registered the boston marathon runners stand out. many never got a chance to finish so coming here soon afterwards has special meaning. >> to run this now in light of the people that lost their lives and a terrible tragedy. >> fred gets a special bib indicating he's doing back to back marathons. the explosions are still fresh in his mind. so is security for this event. >> we'll see. it's very important so i'm interested to see how much changes they're going to have. we'll see. >> organizers say agencies will be providing security signs of the health and fitsness expo warn alling with bags are subject to search. >> it's going to be a safe environment for the community and runners and vom lun tear
happened. the fbi interviewed the man known as mischa in rhode island after the suspect tammerlan tsarnaev's uncle named a convert to islam brain washed his nephew. the suspected mother talked about mischa saying he opened their eyes about islam and was a good, nice man. two u.s. officials say he had nothing to do with the bombings. the "wall street journal" reporting female dna was found on explosives used by the bombers but investigators are not sure who that sample belongs to or how it got there. as for victims 23 of the 264 people injured remain in the hospital. >> aaron hern was the 11-year-old boy injured in the boston bombings, hundreds of people raised $4200 on sunday. the 11-year-old was injured in the second blast while waiting to see his mother cross the finish line. >> organizers at braita break years announced they're banning bags larger than a certain size measuring more than 8 and a half by 11 by four inches, most backpacks. also band runners not registered to be in the race. san francisco police chief promises security will be increase add long that route may 19th. >> an im
bombings. a second target. we know both jahar and tammerlan tsarnaev were planning offsetting off more times at times square. >> jahar told investigators he and his brother planned to go to new york to party, and then changed his story, saying they wanted to set off the rest of the explosives. police say the brothers had everything they needed to continue in manhattan. >> the two brothers had six improvised explosive devices. one was a pressure cooker bomb similar to two that exploded at the marathon. other five were pipe bombs. >> investigators believe their plan to set off explosives went off course when the owner of the vehicle they car jacked managed to escape and call police. the fbi searched a landfill looking for bomb-making materials. >> the parents their mother held a news conference today, they says she regrets moving her family to the us us and maintains her son's innocence claiming evidence is all fabricated. >> the 11-year-old martinez boy returned to the scene of the blast today. according to our media partner, around hern visited with his family, a friend of the family s
his mother was on the same terror watch list as her son, tammerlan. >> tonight money matters a payout for mark zuckerberg. facebook stock still is not near where it started last may, zuckerberg cashed enough options to put $2.3 billion in his pocket. shairld sandberg awarded shares worth $850 million. tesla unveiled a no fault washt warranty for it's no fault luxury sedan. only thing it will not cover is a crash. >> chevron said it made $6 billion in profits however, the revenue came in about $13 billion short. and the time it's taken to repair damage at the richmond refinery here in the way area. >> it's been a month since a switch to all electronic tolling and officials say it's going better than expected tlchl is some confusion at the begin bug that seems to have ironed out. perhaps too well. >> this toll paid through fast track, license plate accounts, or the invoice if the mail and pay like any other bill. >> this has been successful. i think it exceeded our expectations. you know, we do see that traffic is moving more smoothly. >> the bridge district wereried that when human tol
at the time her son, tammerlan was put on it. according to the cia information from russia says both were strong, militant believers in islam and russia was concerned they might cause trouble. >>> a remarkable discovery in new york city. construction crews found part of a plane used in the september 11th attacks. they were surveying a site when coming across a part of the landing gear wedged between two buildings. the medical examiner will evaluate the soil to determine if there are human remains. the development of the center has been stalled over protests it's too close to ground zero. it's about three block as way. the new york post reported the building could be turned into condos instead. >> an arson investigation is underway after a major fire broke out of the grounds overnight. >> you're looking at video showing how rapidly it destroyed new portable in san leandro. >> why firefighters think this was set intentionally. >> the blaze was ter foshus. this home video shows how intense the fire was. smoke and flames lighting up the night sky just after midnight. it sent this neighbor run
terror watch list as her son, tammerlan. >> tonight money matters a payout for mark zuckerberg. facebook stock still is not near where it started last may, zuckerberg cashed enough options to put $2.3 billion in his pocket. shairld sandberg awarded shares worth $850 million. tesla unveiled a no fault washt warranty for it's no fault luxury sedan. only thing it will not cover is a crash. >> chevron said it made $6 billion in profits however, the revenue came in about $13 billion short. and the time it's taken to repair damage at the richmond refinery here in the way area. >> it's been a month since a switch to all electronic tolling and officials say it's going better than expected tlchl is some confusion at the begin bug that seems to have ironed out. perhaps too well. >> this toll paid through fast track, license plate accounts, or the invoice if the mail and pay like any other bill. >> this has been successful. i think it exceeded our expectations. you know, we do see that traffic is moving more smoothly. >> the bridge district wereried that when human toll takers vanished march 27th u
tells abc news they're trying to figure out whether this man may have chatted with tammerlan tsarnaev before the attacks. >> he was later killed during a raid by authorities. in a news conference, the president said officials are setting history aside to cooperate with the investigation. >> there are still suspicions sometimes between intelligence and law enforcement agencies that they back 10, 20, 30 years but they're improving. >> one fingerprint has been disskpufrd investigators are working to find a match to that print and of 260 people injured only 20 remain in the hospital. none in critical condition, one survivor shared a story today. >> and he he says yeah, there is worse out here than you. and that is when i remembered my friends and i said oh, my god, my friends, my friends are all dead. >> during the news conference the president also renewed his vow to close the terrorist detention center in guantanamo bay. 100 of the 156 detainees are now involved in a hunger strike. the president signed an order requiring it's closure when he first took office. >> the president is consid
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